NFL: Franchise Passing Leaders

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  1. Wrigley

    Wrigley Turn it up

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    These stats are not up to date. In this day and age of passing records I just think it's interesting to see that some franchises have not had great passing QBs.

    TeamYardsQuarterbackLast Yr
    BAL13816Joe Flacco
    CHI14686Sid Luckman1950
    TAM14820Vinny Testaverde1992
    DET15710Bobby Layne1958
    HOU16903Matt Schaub
    OAK19078Ken Stabler1979
    CAR19258Jake Delhomme2009
    ATL23470Steve Bartkowski1985
    CLE23713Brian Sipe1983
    STL23758Jim Everett1993
    WAS25206Joe Theismann1985
    JAX25698Mark Brunell2003
    NYJ27057Joe Namath1976
    PIT27989Terry Bradshaw1983

    TeamTDsQuarterbackLast Yr
    TAM77Vinny Testaverde1992
    BAL80Joe Flacco
    HOU92Matt Schaub
    DET118Bobby Layne1958
    CAR120Jake Delhomme2009
    CHI137Sid Luckman1950
    JAX144Mark Brunell2003
    OAK150Ken Stabler1979
    ATL154Steve Bartkowski1985
    CLE154Brian Sipe1983
    STL154Roman Gabriel1972
    DAL165Troy Aikman2000
    NYJ170Joe Namath1976
    WAS187Sammy Baugh1952
    SEA195Dave Krieg1991
    TEN196Warren Moon1993
    CIN197Ken Anderson1986
    NYG199Phil Simms1993
    Franchise leaders — passing stats
     
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    This is like 6 years old?
     
  3. Wrigley

    Wrigley Turn it up

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    Yes.
     
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    Blackhawkswincup RIP Fugu

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    Cutler broke both those a while ago for Bears

    23,443 yds as Bear QB and 154 TD's
     
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    Wrigley Turn it up

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    True, but Bartkowski and Aikman still beat those numbers.
     
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    Wrigley, u preface your post stating that 'some franchises have not had great passing QBs'.. fair enough. But u cite Sammy Baugh in that list of (implied) not-great passers..
    Baugh played in a sort of dead-ball passing era, but he was a very prolific passer. He led the league in pass completions, pass TDs, pass yds per game, etc for years.
    My opinion, Baugh's one of the greatest QBs of all time.. His stats just look kinda paltry by modern standards; but compare him to his peers.

    Ps- I dig your avatar.
     

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